sinus augmentation

sinus augmentation

, sinus lift
Oral surgery to replace lost bone in the maxilla (the jaw bone in which the top row of teeth are anchored). It can be used to prepare the maxilla for dental implants, or to repair congenital oral defects.
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Alveolar ridge and sinus augmentation utilizing plateletrich plasma in combination with freeze-dried bone allograft: case series.
It is planned for extraction sockets, grafting for implant placement, ridge augmentation, and sinus augmentation.
It is designed for extraction sockets, grafting for implant placement, ridge augmentation, and sinus augmentation.
Covered topics include oral/maxillofacial imaging, histomorphometry, examiner calibration, good clinical practice, ridge augmentation, soft/hard tissue grafting, sinus augmentation and periodontal regeneration protocols.
Topics discussed on the first day include multitasking orthodontists, dental implants, relation of bleaching procedures on tooth sensitivity, root canal therapy, paediatric dentistry, maxillary sinus augmentation, and oral trauma in sports dentistry.
In this six-moth course, participants performed detailed surgical procedures for bone expansion and sinus augmentation, full mouth reconstruction and dental implants.
24] More recently Forum and associates concluded that when FDBA was used with PRP for subantral sinus augmentation, results showed that the application of PRP will only result in accelerated new bone formation if target cells such as osteoblasts and osteocytes are present.
This work gathers recent international research on dental implantation and related technology, highlighting areas such as dental implants in oral cancer patients, placing and loading implants, and graft materials in maxillary sinus augmentation procedures.
BioHorizons, a dental implant company, announces the launch of MinerOss[R] Cancellous, a mineralized cancellous bone allograft for periodontal defects, extraction sockets, grafting for implant placement, and ridge and sinus augmentation.
Available treatments include crown lengthening, antimicrobial treatments, scaling and root planing, sinus augmentation, bone grafts, soft tissue grafts, dental implants and pocket reduction surgery.
Poblete-Michel (University of the East, Manila) and Michel (University of Rennes I, France) describe piezosurgical techniques to treat periodontal and preimplant defects as well as sinus augmentation procedures prior to dental implant placement.
The book concentrates on some of the more challenging and advanced surgical aspects of periodontology, profiling procedures as they relate to other disciplines, such as orthodontics, restorative and implant dentistry, oral medicine, and also other new and innovative approaches, such as implant papillary reconstruction and sinus augmentation through tissue engineering.